11 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day

  1. Women with high autonomy needs and the men who try to control them?
    (I might fixate on this for a while.)

  2. I suppose we should define “high” autonomy needs as “high enough that you willfully refuse to conform to the standards we work so hard to shame you into embracing”?

  3. How about the right to follow your heart and love whomever you love, marry whomever you want, and enjoy the rights everyone else is entitled to.

  4. “Valentines day is a sham created by card companies to reinforce and exploit gender stereotypes.”
    -Elizabeth Lemon

    Celebrate this Feb. 14th by recognizing America’s favorite suffragette! If you’re a women, go vote! Because you can!

  5. How about some poetry readings? Langston Hughes. Robert Burns. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Robert Frost. Etc.

  6. What is the top limit on chocolate purchases the day after Valentine’s day, for those of us who will not be getting anything from anybody for any number of reasons?
    Is drunk dialing forgiveable on Valentine’s day?
    Is sneaking into the hospital room where he’s recovering from a heart attack and dropping a large stack of crockery from a great height at 2 a.m. really grounds for a charge of attempted murder?

    I might have issues. But then again…

  7. Hmm. It sounds a little… ambigious. “Go away, go away, go away, come here, come here, come here”? Know what I mean?

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